When iOS 10 ships this fall, Control Center will get a pretty significant upgrade. Check out the gallery above to see everything I’ve noticed so far, including some HomeKit integrations that already work for my Hue lights and Ecobee smart thermostat. Note that Control Center now has separate pages like the iOS homescreen.

Unfortunate, one of the requested upgrades I’ve heard most from people—the ability to change which four apps get shortcuts on the first page—didn’t happen.

If you’re feeling adventurous, you can sign up for the public beta and try iOS 10 yourself.

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